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Alone with God
If we aren't willing to understand our relationship to God, can we really bring much to our relationships with others?
Alone. How does that word make you feel? Isolated, lonely, as if you need to find a friend? At moments we've all felt alone, even among family and friends, and most of us have had more desperate times when the ache inside to be comforted and companioned seemed almost unbearable.
Facing the enigma of mortal life, with its disappointments and trials, usually seems more bearable with the support of those we love. But what if our loved ones can't be with us or are unable to help us? What can we count on to give us a solid sense of serenity and satisfaction? Eventually we will all have to turn to something beyond people in order to find our strength and our happiness.
Persisting in prayer for racial harmony
with contributions from Beverly Lyle
Seeing "every man clearly"
Frederick H. Brightman
The rhythm of Spirit
Helyse V. Biggs
A promise kept
Margaret Jessie Jacobs
The freedom of divine law
Alone with God
Susan Booth Mack
What governs our thinking?
Mary Lee S. O'Neal
"Free at last"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
William E. Moody
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